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When Seahawks ownership purchased the Seattle Sounders soccer team, they felt that the Sounder fan base could use a push up in popularity with the football team donning jerseys similar to the team's home shirts.
Needless to say, reaction was mixed. Fans both liked and hated it, ESPN writer and uniform expert Paul Lukas blasted them on his blog, players liked them, but coach Jim Mora didn't.
The jerseys were scrapped after one game, with the excuse being that "we didn't win in them."
The jersey is exceptionally bright, I will admit, but it seemed like a good idea at the time. The team was trying to use the lime green found in the eye of their bird logo to make use of the color, and when the Sounders came along, they had the opportunity to use the color. Not bad, but not exactly the best idea either.